And the inclusion of spoken word poet Kate Tempest's Let Them Eat Chaos marks her second time on the shortlist
The five who attended wereLibyan novelist Najwa Binshatwan, shortlisted
for The Slave Pens ; Iraqi novelist Saad Mohammed Raheem, shortlisted
for The Bookseller's Murder ; Egyptian novelist Mohammed Abdel Nabi, shortlisted
for In the Spider's Room ; Lebanese novelist Elias Khoury, shortlisted
for Children of the Ghetto -- My Name is Adam ; and Saudi novelist Mohammed Hasan Alwan, shortlisted
for A Small Death .
In the Welsh Government Business Start-Up Award shortlist
are Welshpool based builder Montgomeryshire Homes Ltd, pop-up Llandudno food business The Kitchen and cutting edge Prestatyn drone filming firm SkyWeb Aerial Media / THEDRONEGUY.
are Kavita Bachada, of PEL Solicitors, Kavita Parmer, of Word 360 Language Services, and Shaz Manir, of Amirah Foundation.
Nominated by Waterstones booksellers across the UK, the shortlist
is comprised of four novels, three non-fiction titles and one children's book.
also contains more Welsh-language releases than ever before - from Geraint Jarman, Calan and Gwenno.
A DEVELOPMENT has been shortlisted
for an award celebrating structural engineering projects.
SIX Coventry and Warwickshire projects have been shortlisted
for a prestigious property award.
FOLLOWING MUCH deliberation by the judges, the shortlisted
candidates for this year's AOP Awards have been selected.
This year, advertising agencies made their mark in the shortlist
alongside media heavyweights such as MediaCom, Mindshare, Starcom MediaVest Group, and UM, each of whom has a double digit number of shortlisted
We've been shortlisted
twice in the Scoopcategory.First,forourexclusive revelations by Keith Jackson about the Scotland footballers' infamous Loch Lomond booze-up.
can now be revealed for this year's British Legal Awards hosted by Legal Week, THE prestige end-of-year gongs for rewarding the premier talent in the UK legal sector and the brightest stars in Europe and beyond.
The UK, USA, Australia and Mexico submitted the highest number of entries to the Awards, whilst emerging markets such as China, Russia and India have strong representation on the shortlist
authors (and the jurors) for this year's award are gallery directors Jan Debbaut (of the Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven) and Julia Peyton-Jones (of London's Serpentine Gallery); the Tate's Keir McGuinness (chairman, Patrons of New Art); and Frieze publisher Matthew Slotover.
Four of the six titles on the shortlist
are by Indian origin authors: Jayant Kaikini's No Presents Please, Manu Joseph's Miss Laila Armed And Dangerous, Neel Mukherjee's A State Of Freedom, and Sujit Saraf's Harilal and Sons.